The sleepy town of Molde finds a home in a blanket of snow-dusted peaks. White wooden houses spill down to a vast fjord, which is backed by velvety green hills. This tour starts off with a drive through the countryside. You’ll pass some of Norway’s most popular skiing spots, before arriving at the village of Eide. From here, you’ll follow the Kornstadfjord out to the spectacular Atlantic Ocean Road, which stretches across a clutch of bridge-linked islands. You’ll continue along Hustadvika, a part of the sea that’s dotted with islets, to a little fishing hamlet called Bud. Among the village’s signature red-painted houses is a site of fortifications from World War II. There’ll be time here to explore and take some photographs, before you snake along the shores of Frænfjord on your way back to Molde.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.